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Andy Dick Follows Up “2 Broke Girls” Appearance With Role In Gay Porn

2 broke girlsAndy Dick is someone we haven’t heard much from lately. A few years ago, it seemed like the wrinkly blond pansexual was everywhere—making guest appearances on sitcoms and rubbing his penis against other guys (uninvited).

Then ffft!

Well Dick is back! On Monday, he’ll appear as an annoying street performer in the new episode of CBS’ very mainstream 2 Broke Girls, where he pesters stars  Beth Behrs and Kat Dennings (right).

Just a few days later, he makes his gay-porn debut (we think) in the latest Lucas Entertainment release, Kings of New York, where he’s joined by other notables—including Drag U‘s Lady Bunny, fashionista Richie Rich, The A-List‘s Derek Saathoff and Broadway baby Martin Samuel (Aida)—in non-sexual roles.

 

“Whether it’s a movie, a television show or porn, it’s all about being entertained,” says production manager Chris Crisco. “I think it’s silly to constantly separate mainstream. Here, we mix porn actors with television, movie and Broadway performers.”

Dick isn’t exactly a stranger to adult movies, either—he attended the AVN Awards in 2010 (before he was thrown out).

The first episode of Kings Of New York premieres February 22 on LucasEntertainment.com (NSFW).

 

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3 Comments

  • Cam

    So lets see, apparently the definition of “Pan Sexual” is telling everybody you are attracted to women, and then getting kicked out of bars for sloppily sexually harassing men when you get drunk.

  • Red Meat

    Am I the only one one who misses his MTV show? I remember it being so funny…

  • boring

    I remember him being scheduled to be at the Bridgetown Comedy Festival in Portland, and how everyone was genuinely scared of the possibility that he’d show up and crash any and every scheduled show. It was like a coke-fueled wild card.

    Dude was legit delightful on Community for a couple episodes, though.

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